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  • New Mobile DL Proof of Concept Video Tutorial

    Mobile DL Video - September 2017


    AAMVA is pleased to have published a video demonstrating the mobile DL operational proof of concept that was done in collaboration with the RDW (DMV of the Netherlands). The video illustrates how mobile DL technology could work and presents situations in which the technology could be used. Representatives from RDW were in attendance at the AIC for the official debut and received a token of appreciation from AAMVA's Chair of the Board and host of the conference, Jean Shiomoto (CA). Learn more about the mobile driver's license.

    AAMVA Fact Sheet - Flood Vehicles

    In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, AAMVA has created a Fact Sheet with information on handling flood-damaged vehicles. As a result of the flooding associated with hurricanes and other severe storms, hundreds of thousands of vehicles sustain severe water damage in each weather event. Such water damage can make a vehicle's electrical system, including airbag sensors, prone to failure. Following each hurricane, many states see flood-damaged vehicles enter their used vehicle markets for sale, titling, or registration. Learn more about how to deal with flood-damaged vehicles.

    Jurisdictions Ease IRP Restrictions To Aid Relief Efforts For Hurricane Victims

    Due to hurricane Irma, Florida Driver and Vehicle Services will have limited resources in Florida call centers available Friday, September 8, 2017. All Florida DMV call centers and offices will be closed on Monday, September 11, 2017. Florida DMV systems are scheduled to be available. Further directives regarding Florida Driver and Vehicle service closures will be provided as soon as they are available. 
    Find some related notices and resources in various jurisdictions in the following links:

    Please contact the AAMVA Helpdesk at helpdesk@aamva.org or call 1-888-AAMVA80 Option1 with any IT-related questions. 

    Looking For Members To Lend Their Expertise!

    AAMVA is looking for additional jurisdiction members to lend us expertise. Serving on a committee or working group is an ideal way to influence policy, develop best practices and network with your peers. AAMVA currently has vacancies that need to be filled the Enforcement Committee and the vehicle Committee. There are also two new working groups--Ignition Interlock Working Group, and Suspended Driver Alternative Reinstatement Working Group--seeking members. 

    Specific information about all of these opportunities are available on the Committees and Working Groups page. 

    Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News - September 15, 2017.

    Lawmakers Share Ongoing Concerns About Kansas Driver's License IT Project

    Lawmakers remain concerned about potential snags as Kansas wraps up years of work on migrating driver's license records from an old mainframe computer to newer infrastructure ahead of a January launch date. Read the article at kcur.org. 

    South Carolina Gets Extension for REAL ID Enforcement 

    South Carolina is getting a longer grace period before it has to enforce the new REAL ID licenses. Read the article at wltx.com.

    Missouri Looking At Changes To What People Pay For License Plates 

    Owners of fuel-efficient vehicles could pay higher vehicle registration fees than those who own gas guzzlers under a potential change being studied by Missouri state officials. Read the article at stltoday.com

    California DMV Speeding Up Process To Become A Commercial Driver 

    The trucking industry hopes to benefit from a push at the state capitol to speed up the process to get more drivers on the road. Read the article at abc30.com. 

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